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    • in other words, your virginity restores every 7 years
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    • So does this mean if I go seven years without sex, I'd be a virgin again?
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    • This professor has clearly never heard of a neuron
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    • This isn't really true. There are 75 trillion cells in your body and every type of cell has a different life cycle. Skin cells die and are replaced within 3 weeks, which is better for the context of this meme anyway. But neurons can live as long as you do, so it varies wildly.
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    • This is absolutely not true. Brain cells never regrow. Once they die they're done.
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    • My 7 years are almost up, I've never been so over joyed by something like this...
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    • This made me feel wonderful I was a victim of sexual assault and kidnapping and it makes me feel at least slightly better than that my body now technically hasn't been touched by them..
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    • This is not true; the sclera (white gelatinous part of the eye) has very little vascularization and pretty much has 0 growth after the age of 4
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    • So if you and your spouse are loyal then eventually every relationship becomes that perfect love where you are the only two who have touched each other’s bodies. Neat
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    • You become a virgin every 7 years
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    • most if not all of your brain cells never replace themselves
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    • But not all cells reproduce...
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    • Yeeaaahhh this isn’t true. But okay. Whatever helps you sleep at night.
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    • How fitting that Brian cells don’t regenerate
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    • Not true. You keep some brain and nerve cells forever
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    • Does that mean I become a virgin again every 7 years?
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    • This isn’t true but ok
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    • "I'm a virgin" *has sex* *7 years later* "I'm a virgin"
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    • The ppl in this comment sec kinda dumb ngl. Cells duplicate, they dont regenerate or replace anything. A cell with a cell that commands your body to not heal a scar, is going to duplicate etc.
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    • There would be no area of a body a widow’s spouse touched after 7 years.
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    • Except for bones and your Nervous system.
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    • This isn’t true at all
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    • ThIs iS sO whOleSoMe. ThAnK u iNigga
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    • This isn’t true at all lmao. Of course your cells replace themselves but not every cell. If that was true, you would be a completely different person, literally.
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    • My dad actually had a celebration 7 years after he divorced my mom, for this very reason.
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    • By Buzzfeed logic: 1more year and I will be a virgin again
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    • Except for the neurons in your brain. Those cells are never replaced.
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    • Not heart or brain cells
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    • Except for the entire brain which carries all memories, cause you have only a limited amount of nerve cells and they don't replenish
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    • Not every cell is destroyed, its every atom replaced. It's a gradual process, not everything is destroyed.
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    • What about brain tissue? Destroying neurons in the memory stores would disrupt and eliminate memories
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    • But that means you’ve also effectively died and there’s a new person running around in an identical version of your body
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    • I don't give two fucks about shit like this unless it's a joke. Spread the word on another social media platform
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    • Cant take away memories though
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    • Except the brain, where the scars last but ok
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    • Not every cell. Brain cells stay the same after a certain point
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    • Myth. There are nearly 70 trillion cells in the human body. Each with different life spans. Some brain cells last an entire lifetime
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    • Loki cums in endgame
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    • Don't think your whole body is replaced at the same moment every seven years soooooo this ain't no metamorphosis I'm just sayinn
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    • This is false your brain cells never die and get replaced and the cells in your bone take about thirty years to die and get replaced
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    • Man i wouldnt have been able to read that if it wasnt highlighted for me oml thx
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    • Isnt this false tho
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    • It’s a nice thought, but there are some cells that don’t or can’t get replaced or even repaired if damaged.
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    • Except for the cells in your brain, which emphasizes our fragility to emotional/psychological matters
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    • Nerve cells dont continue to divide and replace themselves like the rest of the cells in your body.. so yeah you will remember that shit your whole life unless you got some disease
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    • Well technically there are some cells that never replicate and divide but others do it quite often
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    • Just saw endgame and it was amazing. People that spoil it for others are actual garbage people. ✌🏻
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    • It’s so close just a few months more. This actually has me in tears. Unfortunately he gave me a hug a few months ago in front of our son so I was not able to do anything about it
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    • Umm no. Your brain cells do not undergo mitosis. Neuroblasts do however
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    • If the entire body gets completely replaced, why don't scars disappear within a few new bodies?
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    • I believe the author means to say that every atom in the body is replaced. At a young age, our brain cells stop dividing and thus we have a fixed number that are never being replenished. However, atoms from nutrients and such will cycle through the body’s cells continually.
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    • Actually, most of your cells are replaced within a year. I forgot the exact percentage, but it's definitely over 70%.
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    • Yeah but you’ll always have the memory of my nut in your butt
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    • *loved one dies* in seven years they will be completely gone from you physically
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    • Technically that is incorrect. The cells in your teeth don't replace themselves nor do some cells in you brain.
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    • Too bad brain cell stay forever
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    • Brain and muscle cells enter m0, that is they never die or are replaced because if any shut off, it could prevent the brain or muscle from functioning. All other cells do get replaced though
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    • Does that mean I beat a new dick every several years
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    • This is factually wrong, our heart, (many) nerve, and brain cells dont reproduce, one of the biggest reasons we arent immortal.
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    • Except for scars, kung fu panda taught me that they only fade
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    • nah it aint as easy as that fam like yeah ur cells replace themselves but ptsd aint going away
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    • It's a fun idea with good intentions but unfortunately a false one :(
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    • Aging is just your cells dying at a faster rate than they are being born. Since cancer is a rapid mutation of cells and can appear in older people, it’s just a matter of time till we figure shit out and prevent aging.
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    • Haha, not the emotional trauma though!
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    • This literally isn't funny. Not even joking.
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    • So does that mean that every seven years you loop back to being a virgin?
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    • yo I get this ain't the place for this, but damn these comments are fucked
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    • The brain is not included since those cells can't be replaced
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    • My first ex was abusive and cheated on me a lot. Thank god I left his ass (it was a hetero relationship) but guys, don’t ever be scared to leave an abusive relationship
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    • Except your hair, teeth, bones, etc.
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    • Also this isn’t real. Your heart cells actually don’t reproduce that quickly. (Which is why you almost never hear of heart cancer) <insert metaphor of broken heart here>
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    • What about scars? Tattoos? Why don't they go away?
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    • This is not true; you are born with a limited number of nerve cells.
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    • Nah neurons do not regenerate
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    • This is not correct, only fat cells are completely replaced every 10 years, other cells types can take 25 years and other cells are never replaced.
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    • Bones, the nervous system and almost all of our brain is irreplaceable.
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    • So then why do scars last for godamn ever
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    • He still touched your soul though. And that will never be replaced.
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    • Its really sad to see so many people end with hostile break ups. Id love to end on good or at least decent terms, but ive never had a break up so i guess ill see one day
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    • Oh my god... One more year!!!! *so many tears of joy*
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    • This must be why I only see my uncle once every seven years 🤔
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    • Bullllllshittttt think about your neurons kids, shit don’t come back
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    • Watch anti vax people fuck up so bad that a disease that was never recorded comes back and fucks us all
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    • Guess I'm a vrigin again
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    • Neurons do not do this, and neither do your immune memory cells
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    • Also means that allergies come and go every 7 years and it’s important to keep testing them.
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    • Some cells never replicate and are taken off the cell cycle in G1 phase, known as G0 ("gee naught"). Cells such as nerve cells and muscle cells. Also, you always have cells deep inside your body that are unspecialized and replenish the cells that eventually die off known as somatic cells.
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    • Cant spoil endgame for me, already saw it inigga
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    • Scuse me but we just gonna forget neurons are cells that don't replace themselves?
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    • Most nervous tissue does't replace
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    • Imagine posting upwards arrows and thinking thats a comment
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    • So whenever you touch someone, you are touching a 7 yr old or less
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    • My mom is dead. 3 years left until I don't even have her touch anymore.
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    • Yeah that's not how it works
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    • Actually, nervous system cells stay in your system through your entire lifetime. And certain brain cells last around 15-20 years
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    • This is a commonly mistold fact. The covering of your eyes is kept your whole life and althoigh there is some evidence that some parts of your brain regenerare, most neurologist say no
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    • W H O L E S O M E
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    • Again: edgy comments will be deleted immediately.
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    • Neurons are not replaced. Just putting that out there
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